There are a few ways for you to export people data from the People page in Customer.io. You can…
First, head to the People section of your account. There, you’ll see the Export to CSV dropdown:
When you click this, you’ll see three options:
For each option, the
id attribute will always be included in your export.
In the Export to CSV dropdown, select “All attributes” and you’re done! It’s that simple; you’ll get a CSV with all your users and all their attributes.
The “Displayed attributes” option will export all of the displayed users, with the attributes that are currently visible in the table. For example, if we use the ‘Edit Displayed Attributes…’ modal to display the following attributes (
In this image, selecting Export to CSV > Displayed attributes will result in an export of all users in Customer.io, and the attributes
state in addition to
If you want to just export a set of specific attributes immediately without viewing them first, select Choose attributes… in the export dropdown, and then specify which attributes you’d like to export:
You can also combine this with…
By clicking the “adding filters” toggle switch, you can specify segment and/or attribute conditions to refine the users to be exported. Then, in the dropdown, you can choose to export those people with all their attributes, or choose exactly which ones you’d like, as above.
So we can refine by segment or attribute conditions:
…and then use the ‘Choose attributes…’ dialog to specify exactly which attributes to export for those users.
In the above example, if we export everyone in the “Looney Tunes Characters” segment, and then choose to export their
species attributes, the resulting exported CSV looks like this:
There are two users meeting those conditions, with
species values of
_segment:7 is the id of the segment used. This is found on the individual segment page, as well as in the overview:
The values underneath it (in this case,
1519326081) are the timestamps for when this user matched that particular segment. You can convert them to dates using the Epoch Converter.
As mentioned above, you can add filters and export those users, but we don’t support exporting based on the “filter by email address” field.
In addition to all the attributes that you’re sending to Customer.io, you can also export a couple of internal ones that we track. These are:
_created_in_customerio_at: this is when a user was first created in Customer.io. This is different from
created_atbecause it’s specific to when this user was created in Customer.io, not in your system or application.
_last_visited: the most recent timestamp of a pageview event for that particular user
_last_emailed: the most recent time that you successfully sent a delivery to that particular user
idattribute is always included
We do this in order to make it easier for you (and our support team, if necessary) to troubleshoot your exports, by ensuring that there is always a reference to the unique identifier of your end-user in Customer.io.